In a declining healthcare merger and acquisition market, hospital CFOs said that they are still monitoring opportunities to expand access to care but are remaining cautious. In August, an analysis from KPMG found that healthcare merger and acquisition activity hit a three-year low. Interest rate hikes, political uncertainty and unclear valuations have complicated acquisitions. Despite the drop in the market, the analysis projected “some of those headwinds to moderate toward the end of the year, and that could begin to release long-pent-up demand.” To learn more about hospital executives’ merger and acquisition strategy, Becker’s reached out to health system CFOs.
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